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The National Archives

New edition out
27th February 2009


"An essential reference work for all researchers using the web"

Ancestors Issue 40 (December 2005)

"The definitive guide to serious internet use for the genealogist"

Your Family Tree Issue 31 (December 2005)

"Essential reading"

James Taylor, Family Tree Magazine Vol. 22, No. 2 (December 2005)

"It covers all the internet-related family history topics you could think of"

Practical Family History No. 95 (November 2005)

"An excellent book for anyone using a computer to research ancestry from the British Isles"

Dick Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter October 28, 2005 - full review

"For researchers of British genealogy with Internet access this book is a must"

Richard Ratcliffe, Family History News & Digest April 2006.

Reviews of the 2nd edition

"Everything you need to know about family history on the net... a very informative accessible reference guide"

Gillian Rayment, Family Tree Magazine, Vol. 20, No 1 (November 2003)

"Provides broad but comprehensive coverage"

David Tippey, Family History Monthly, No. 99 (December 2003)

"All you'll ever need to know about Internet research, in one excellent volume"

Your Family Tree, No. 6 (Christmas 2003)

"I would recommend this book above most, if not all others, as a comprehensive guide to how to get the best out of your family history online"

Rob Thompson Genuki Family History News, No 153 (27 November 2003)

"The most comprehensive guide to online genealogy resources for the British Isles"

Dick Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 49 (December 8, 2003)

"It is quite simply an excellent reference book. It is easy to understand and, even for the Internet expert, a good read.... Everyone who uses a computer for genealogical research should have a copy of this book"

Anthony Spencer Computers in Genealogy, Vol. 8 No. 4 (December 2003)

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